Professor Stephen Adei, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) and Director General of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Ph.D (Econs, Sydney), MSc. (Strathclyde), BSc. (Legon), BD (London), FCIMG, ACIS, Dip MC, who had the effrontery and the impudence of a dead cockroach, to preside over the Board that interdicted the five staff members of the GBC for allegedly embarrassing the Government and Ghana Airways Corporation for carrying a story about the already disgraced Corporation without checking it out with them, is himself the most guilty when it comes to matters of disgracing Ghana Airways.
Having described the Ghana Airways Corporation as a Corporation that "continues to be a national disgrace for bad leadership that regime after regime in Ghana has tolerated" and also asking the question "Ghana Airways or Ghana's Disgrace?", and that these pathetic statements were made at the 10th William Ofori-Atta Memorial Lectures held from the 28th-30th October 2003 in Accra and can be found in a book he has authored entitled "Leadership and Nation Building" at pages 13 and 101, and whether given this his view of Ghana Airways, his conscience was at peace when he was taking the decision to interdict those poor journalists who were doing their jobs.
Incidentally simply confirmed his own view of Ghana Airways, and need he be reminded of the saying that "the putrefaction of a dead animal begins from the head", and whether between what the journalists did and what Professor Adei said, he, the Professor, had not caused greater embarrassment to the Government and Ghana Airways?